publication date: Wednesday, March 10, 1999 (part of Round III)

category: Business

clue: It takes a real nut case to take aim across America.

explanation: Case was the founder and CEO of America Online ("America"), which introduced the wildly popular AOL Instant Messenger ("aim") program. The word "case" in the clue refers to Case's last name. more…

solved by: no one!

trivia: This goo proved to be just slightly too obscure for anyone to get. Most people could recognize him once a name was established, but he was too difficult to guess as a celebrity goo.


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